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September 25, 1718 John Stuart, who will become Indian Agent for the British Government, born, Inverness, Scotland
September 25, 1777 Major General Robert Howe is replaced by Major General Benjamin Lincoln as commander of the Southern Department
  Southern Department of the Continental Army
September 25, 1878 The National Weather Service opens an office at the Kimball Opera House in Atlanta. At the time, the building served as the state capital
  National Weather Service
September 25, 1919 President Woodrow Wilson suffers a mild stroke.
  Woodrow Wilson
September 25, 1946 Chief Justice of the state supreme court Robert Benham is born in Cartersville
September 25, 1962 A pre-dawn fire at St. Matthew's Baptist Church destroys the building. It is the fifth black church to burn in the past month
September 25, 1977 71-year-old Jean Dimenstien is found strangled and assaulted in a sexual manner in her Wynnton (an area of Columbus, Georgia) home. Similar to a murder that had occured 10 days earlier, the elderly women of Columbus had become a target for a serial killer.
  Wynnton Stocking Strangler
  Columbus, Georgia
September 25, 1982 Lisa Ann Millican, part of a girls group from the Ethel Harpst Home in Cedartown, Georgia, disappeared while on a trip to the Riverbend Mall in Rome. Her body would be recovered a few days later in Little River Canyon, Fort Payne, Alabama
  Judy Neelley - A woman on death row
  Rome, Georgia
September 25, 1988 The Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center officially opens at Callaway Gardens.
  Callaway Gardens
September 25, 2001 Unsolved Mysteries airs James Sullivan's picture during a show on the murder of his wife, Lita.
  James Sullivan and the murder of Lita Sullivan
September 25, 2009 Georgian Bank of Atlanta closes. Its assets are purchased by First Citizens Bank and Trust Company
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